Associate Professor of Law
Maria Maciá is an economist whose research considers the regulation of corporations and valuation issues through an empirical approach. She considers the effects of regulations that encourage corporate social responsibility and risk management, and she has a particular interest in disclosure requirements and the regulation of banks. Previously, she has written on the usefulness of well-being measures for tailoring compensation in the eminent domain context. She teaches corporate finance.
Maciá holds a JD from the University of Chicago Law School, where she was an articles editor for the University of Chicago Law Review; a PhD in Economics, also from the University of Chicago; and a BA in Economics and Political Science from Swarthmore College. Before coming to Notre Dame, she served as a law clerk to Judge Andrew Hurwitz on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She worked as an economic consultant on antitrust matters and as a teacher at a Great Books high school prior to law school.